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#Activity 5 - [[Electromagnetic_induction_introduction_to_electromagnetic_induction_activity 5|Explanation of Michel Faraday experiment]]

#Activity 5 - [[Electromagnetic_induction_introduction_to_electromagnetic_induction_activity 5|Explanation of Michel Faraday experiment]]
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===Activity No # 3- '''Electromagnetic Induction using Galvanometer'''===
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Show the electromagnetic induction using galvanometer and copper coil. Observe the changes of galvanometer deflections. <br>
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1.The device that detects the induced emf is called _________________                mark 1
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2.Which the following emf is produced? Yes/no            <br>
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a) Coil is steady, magnet is moved inside the coil _______________  <br>
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b) Coil and magnet are moved away in opposite direction _______________  <br>
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c) Magnet is steady, Coil is moved towards magnet ____________  <br>
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d) Coil and magnet both are moved together __________________ mark 2  <br>
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3.copper coil is connected to Galvanometer and a bar magnet. What are the changes in the following
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* Magnet kept inside the coil ____________________________  <br>
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* Magnet is pushed slowly ________________________________  <br>
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* Magnet is pushed inside the coil very quickly _____________________ mark 2  <br>
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===Activity No # 4- '''Factors influences emf'''===
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Show the short video of number of coils increasing emf is increasing. <br>
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1. Which the following coil is more emf produced when magnet movement inside the coil?    mark 1  <br>
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[[File:Coil1.png|200px]] <br>
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2. A copper coil, a strong bar magnet and a led bulb are on the table. How do you glow on the led bulb?  Mark 2
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===Activity No # 5- '''Michel Faraday Experiment'''===

===Activity No # 5- '''Michel Faraday Experiment'''===